One of the most impressive young leaders of the American dance music scene, California-based Ookay (pronounced “okay”) exploded onto the scene when both his freshman and sophomore releases on Ultra Records charted in the top 10 on Beatport. Since then, he’s shown no sign of slowing down, working with some of the greatest producers in electronic music while developing a signature style that weaves across genres, reflecting influences as varied as Borgore, Diplo, DJ Snake, Showtek, Deorro, TJR, Boaz Van de Beatz, Valentino Kahn, Waveracer, Cashmere Cat, Lindsay Lowend, Skrillex, Lido, and Wiwek while always returning to a hard-hitting trap beat.
The producer and DJ has racked up credits and quickly made a name for himself with remixes of tracks like Congrorock’s “Bless Di Nation Ft. Sean Paul” and Steve Aoki, Chris Lake & Tujamo’s “Boneless.” Ookay teamed up with iconic producer Diplo to remix Avicii’s “You Make Me,” and his recent remix of “Kanye” by the Chainsmokers on Republic/Dim Mak Records layers his signature mix of dance music and hip-hop over fluttering pop vocals. His side project Coaster serves as an outlet for his love of alternative dance and house music, proving Ookay to be no one-trick trap pony.
His much-anticipated spring single "Bouncer," produced with the venerable Dutch duo Showtek, hit the top 3 Beatport overall chart after its March 2014 release and was a staple on summer festival stages across the country. Ookay has also quickly become known as a charismatic performer both on and off stage, appearing at venues like EDC Las Vegas, Electric Zoo, Red Rocks, and TomorrowWorld. His live shows are known for sleek transitions, sensitive song selections, and entertaining MC’ing from the booth. He’s also no slouch on Twitter, commenting on everything from the struggle to Shazam an unknown song to LA’s Korean BBQ scene.
It’s no surprise that Ghost, out November 10 on Dim Mak Records, is one of the most exciting dance music releases of the fall. Promised to be “a blend of listening tracks as well as club bangers,” it fulfills that goal. Ghost is one of the too-rare records that will bring you from your morning commute, with the meditative “Ghost” and “Matters,” to 4 AM on the dance floor losing it to “Egg Drop Soup.”
The Ghost Tour this fall and winter is sure to blow up dance floors across America, and truly solidify Ookay’s status as one of America’s premier young electronic artists. With support from such icons as Showtek and Diplo as well as Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Major Lazer, Borgore, Nervo, David Guetta, DJ Snake, Deorro, TJR, Krewella and more, it seems certain that Ookay’s star will only continue to rise.
BONNIE X CLYDE, the DJ/producer/vocalist duo, have continued their rapid rise to stardom. Their debut “WANTED” EP captured the hearts and minds of millions with their leadoff single “Bass Jam” topping the charts at #1 for seven weeks straight and accumulating millions of streams on Spotify. BONNIE X CLYDE took their success on the road, embarking on a rigorous touring schedule both nationally and internationally.
BONNIE X CLYDE have undoubtedly positioned themselves for a monumental year in 2018. Continuing to takeover new markets, their fan base “The Rosegang” has grown exponentially worldwide. Spotify and Apple Music identified BONNIE X CLYDE as an act to look out for in 2018 and the duo has been featured in several premiere music playlists including Crate Diggers, Fresh Electronic, New Music Friday, Best of the Week & A-List Dance. BONNIE X CLYDE are set to release their highly anticipated “While We’re Young” EP this July.
Get ready to join the ride.
Miguel Oliveira aka “Holly” is a 23 year-old musician from Portugal. After only a few years in music, the young bass-artist had already toured the US, Australia, Europe, Asia and South Africa, with releases on some of the biggest independent labels including Buygore, Fool’s Gold Records, Dim Mak Records and Monstercat. Holly’s music quickly caught the attention from dance-music mainstays, with co-signs from The Chainsmokers, Jauz, Bassnectar, Borgore, Steve Aoki, David Guetta, Martin Garrix and is considered by music platforms, like DJ Mag and Run The Trap as ‘one of the top producers of 2017’. Holly has also won the first A-Trak Goldie Awards Beat Battle.